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so many different religions and a first amendment that protects religious freedom that we don't have one religion rising to the surface or competing or two or three. well, one thing we wanted to do with our new version of beliefs and believers is to go to a part of the world where we do see more of the tensions between religion, and the spot we picked on, dare i say, was israel and then to some extent egypt. and we wanted to go to israel in particular because there isn't such a diverse cultural environment in terms of religion, so that the tensions are, in some senses, watered down. as we all know, unless you've been meditating in a cave for the past 20 years, israel and the social environment in israel is very tense in terms of the relationship between the three great faiths that actually share something of a cultural tradition- judaism, christianity, and islam. and so what we- we have an extraordinary opportunity, and something like a great risk. i'm surprised david ainsworth, our executive producer, hasn't come out and read this e-mail message i sent to him about three days before
is the companies as persons exercising religion. the third is what some courts have referred to as they pass through standing whereby a closely held family type corporations such as this one can assert the free exercise rights of its owners and forth is a roots that only judge walton in the district here used which is the third-party standing doctrine. i would like to begin by looking at the claims of the gilardi's as individuals. several things are undisputed. the gilardi's control and make the decisions for the companies including what goes in and what's kept out of the company health plans. third the gilardi have a well-documented religious or four of the hhs mandate challenge here today requires the companies to include those things and their plans for face significant lines. and five those things should only be included in the plan if francis philip gilardi direct them to be included. given those undisputed facts it's our view that the court should have applied the test of the thomas case and asked whether the hhs mandate put substantial pressure on the gilardi's to modify their long-st
homophobia is that history and religion. this has become the all the right to the speed and benefits which they say you'll break the women's works. but just too well. he takes us to get on. reporters. i kept on going woo hoo. i will. and. d as you. my mother was killed when children were injured i'm so glad that people are going to hear our story. a pakistani family talk starts he after outlining the us congress the full horror of a cit a drone strike. eu officials had to washington what went on earth. the truth about american spying program takes millions of europeans have found themselves targeted by bike it's worse for obama
on the minority's religion and culture. >> three former world journalists have pleaded guilty to hacking phones ahead of a high-profile trial that starts this wednesday and is expected to last until next easter. it sees a defendant said former editors like rebecca brooks and andy colson facing 15 phone acting related charges. -- phone hacking related charges. broosks is said to have been active in hacking. a bust of winston churchill has just been unveiled there. john boehner was joined for the unveiling ceremony today by secretary of state john kerry amongst others. half a century after the british prime minister was granted honorary u.s. citizenship. he was addressed three times more than any other dignitary. make sure you catch the 90th edition opening with a dazzling chocolate fashion show. the french tennis champion was among those wearing chocolate creations. also taken to the catwalk was a former miss france. it runs until sunday, november 3. check it out if you can. that's all from the newsroom for now. >> claire pride in the newsroom. after more than three years of captivity in the sah
that are waged under sectarian banners. people are free to choose their religion. no one has the right, no one can force a belief on people. if someone wants to force what they believe on people, to force people to eat and drink, to think in the way they see fit, and according to their own ignorance. this is dangerous. this has its own school, its own institute. hence, the problem is increasing. the problem is huge and increasing. request theright to whole world, which is suffering from terror, to support us and support all the countries and the people who are suffering from al qaeda and from terrorists in order to defeat them and allow for people and countries to live in peace. iraq is witnessing an economic recovery despite everything you hear about terror attacks and threats. this is not having an impact on companies coming in working in iraq on investment and reconstruction and rebuilding. contain the to potential disasters that we would have suffered should the security forces have not faced al qaeda. in iraq issuffering due to those people wearing bomb belts and entering cafÉs or funera
samples. later we would do research connecting mutations to actual breast cancer risk. jewish religion has long be a list of a risk factor -- factor for breast cancer. early risk literature and breast cancer, religion, particular in the jewish religion is a risk factor so initially when the braque the research started it was seen as evidence for that. the language wasn't quite pull language of ancestry as much ethnicity. a lot of confusion in the early years of braque a research. more questions? >> this sounds like another variation of blaming the victim and so it is the victim's fault, you don't have to do much about it. i wonder if you could talk about this for mohels policy perspective, right now what is going on in terms of health policy in this issue. >> what i was initially concerned was -- has been the status, environmental health policy, public health policy, and my early research in breast cancer was looking at activism around the environment particularly in the new york area. that early research was there is a lot of activism around why is it so many women are being diagnosed wit
establishment of religion. >> that clause coming into play when a court makes the ruling from a small town in new york. >>> joining us with details is father jonathan morris. >> good morning. >> tell us, this is a big case because it's gone to the supreme court. >> huge. >> it has major implications about religion in our country. >> it's huge. >> it comes from greece, new york. >> it does. the small town in upstate, new york, had a tradition of once a month there would be a pastor that would come in and lead the city council in prayer. usually it was a christian pastor because the local community is predominantly christian, but then a couple of people complained. they were non-theists. another term for an atheist who said we should also be able to have somebody represent us. keep in mind what is prayer? prayer is talking to god. why a theist would want be to do that i'm not exactly sure. but at the base -- at the core of this case is whether or not in a public place, like a courtroom, like, for example, before a football game in kansas someplace, whether or not in that public institution w
. we'll need them in this kind of world religion. mentioned, i recently returned from afghanistan where meeting withw days our commanders, our troops, president karzai. and the defense minister from brussels before he went to afghanistan. he feels that things have significantly improved and changed for the better during the last 10 years. i have been there perhaps 12 times or so. the staff later will tell me if it is really a 11 or 13. we've been there a lot. strikinges are pretty especially in the last few years. that is not the impression the american people have. that, to me, is the obvious fact that things have changed and changed for the better in afghanistan. first of all, it's more secure. we and our allies have made a the growth, the strength of the afghan army and the police now which has grown in a much more capable and respected force including the acal police, which has made major difference particularly in the villages about anna stan -- villages of afghanistan. the most feared force are those 25,000 local police feared by the taliban. because they are so directly ed to the
to the inspector general for coming. it was a great religion. was a greatn -- it pleasure. great session. here.e a press conference the press could come forward. thank you very much. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> thank you. i'm from japan. korea, howl on north as inspector going back to pyongyang? on -- one question more question on [indiscernible] and investigating contaminated water? thank you. >> regarding the question of when iaea will go back to north korea, we do not know. in order to go back to north korea, we need basic political understanding and peace among the major stakeholders. based on the basic understanding , we can take action. you may recall that north korea is not a member of the iaea. has a reception for the country that is not a member, we need a vote from the board of governors. nevertheless, the iaea secretary is repaired to go back any time -- prepare to go back any time. we have a level of training -- maintained a level of training. when there is political agreement, we will seek the
understanding of religions and without understanding the modes of mourning and the rituals for grieving it becomes deeply problematic. to drive his this point home one researcher asked me to imagine it in the reverse. he said imagine after 9/11 if a shaman from mozambique came to america and began knocking on doors of the survivors and said i need to lead you through some rituals to help separate the spirit of your loved one from the living. would that make any sense to us and of course it wouldn't. it doesn't seem to stop us from doing the exact opposite and i think i know why. i think we think what we offer is based on science and it's universally human and we figured this out. our ptsd is not culturally shaped. i would fundamentally disagree. i think it's culturally shaped and all those other notions of trauma that i listed. you can even actually see, even if you took a subset of western soldiers over time you can see the cultural differences in ptsd overtime pay or if you are a british soldier and you had a negative reaction to it from a battle you are likely to complain of joint pa
really goes after the president on the issue of religion. take a listen, brooke. >> you have heard me recite the pledge. and then he says an oversight. it continues, though, over and over and over again. so, i'll tell you, we have to unmask this man. this is a man that seeks to destroy, destroy all concept of god. and i'll tell you what, this is classical philosophy. >> now, actually, it is easy to find video of the president reciting the pledge of allegiance and you do hear him sing the words under god. the issue of the president's faith was really put under a microscope during his first campaign for president. that question pretty much asked and answered. we did ask senator cruz's office for a statement about the mother jones article, they declined but referred us to a statement given to the magazine by a spokesman for senator cruz that said the selective quotes not clear which selective quotes we're talking aabout taken out of context, mischaracterized. like many americans he feels like he's on the wrong track and he also added that pastor cruz does not speak for the senator, brook
affects all races, religion and economic group. i am working along with my friend, jim costa, of the victims rights caucus, to make sure that congress deals with this issue, not just october, but every month of the year. domestic violence is never the fault of the victim. it's the fault of the perpetrator. mr. speaker, you never hurt somebody you claim you love. and that's just the way it is. yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio seek recognition? -- the gentlewoman, i'm sorry. ms. kaptur: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to include extraneous material into the record. mr. speaker, it's with gratitude but with heavy heart that i on behalf of the people of the united states and our region of ohio in particular extend deepest sympathy to the people of poland on the passing of ex-premiere of poland. during his exceptional and transformative life, he played a will the gentleman yielding role in ushering the first era of liberty that poland had been afforded in modern history. poland has assumed a pivotal
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